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. most of the east coast of the u.s. was asleep, residents of dixville notch a tiny village in new hampshire headed to the polls to cast the first votes in the u.s. presidential election. after 43 seconds of voting, president obama and republican mitt romney each had 5 votes. as machines prepared to vote a poll shows president obama pulling ahead by 3 points. but within the margin of error among likely voters. >> hello, iowa. >> reporter: an emotional final rally monday night the president asked iowa to help him finish what he started. >> but we are here because we have more work to do. we are not done yet on this journey we have got more road to travel. >> reporter: the president's pitch earlier in the day that he is the same idealist he was four years ago. >> you see the scars on me to prove it. you have seen the gray hair on my head. to show you. what it means to fight for change. >> reporter: for mitt romney, a push to the finish. starting in florida monday, then virginia and ohio and new hampshire nearing midnight. >> perhaps your family and friends have not made up who they a
consumer law center says thousands of homeowners all over the u.s. are threatened with foreclosure every year because of unpaid utility bills and taxes. in rhode island a.474 dollar sewer bill cost one woman her home. the company that took possession later sold it for $85,000. back in baltimore, vikki valentine lost her house over a partially paid water bill. >> you have been in the home for 33 years? >> yes. >> reporter: and now all of a sudden you are out on the street. >> yes. and that's not a fun place to be. >> reporter: lien logic the company that brought richard burton's debt makes 100,000 dollars a year profiting from the business we tracked down a cofounder after he refused to sit down with us. you're taking homes from people for small unpaid water bills. >> i decline the interview. >> reporter: in the end. >> thanks for your time appreciate you coming by. >> reporter: you have nothing to say. >> nothing more. >> reporter: you have nothing to say to the people who lose their homes to you? >> i think we will hear more about this that was mark greenblatt reporting. >>> now marylan
. earning 1% cash back 's oysternomics 101. you start with a u.s. senator named ben. by helping restore thousands of acres of oyster beds, he kept hundreds of oystermen on the job... which keeps wholesalers in business... and that means more delivery companies... making deliveries to more restaurants... which hire more workers. and that means more oystermen. it's like he's out here with us. he's my friend, ben. i hope he's your friend, too. i'm ben cardin, and i approved this message. >>> it is a tale of he said she said with some great video along with it. this all over a parking space. we're going to tell you who ended up in custody in this situation. >>> and sitting on a porch taking in the loss, these images say so much for so many. everything is gone. >> catastrophic flooding, rescues, neighborhoods that are wiped out. we're going to take you live to hoboken new jersey. good thursday morning. i'm megan pringle. thank you so much for joining us. i hope you had a happy and safe halloween. we are going to check in first with meteorologist lynette charles because obviously we want to k
. the search giant reports a big increase in requests for data about its users. the u.s. made the most requests and google complied almost all the time. barnes and noble has joined the batful of the seven-inch tablet with its nook hd. it doesn't have as many apps as the this is a remarkably good screen. i watched videos and movies on it, now nook video allows people to rent or buy movies and tv shows. >>reporter: the nook hd starts at $200. a hot new video game got burned by current events in call of duty. about 13 years from now the secretary of defense is david petraeus, the current sex scandal makes a future cabinet post unlikely. those are your tech bytes, i'm paula fairice. >>> a live look this morning at new york. things just picking up there. a nice sunrise over that skyline. thank you for staying with us here on this wednesday morning. i'm charley crowson. >>> do you remember the back in june also irene from august of 2011? many of you were without power for a number of days, even weeks. that's a similar situation of what's going on for thousands of new yorkers affected by superstorm
on the u.s. consulate benghazi libya. maryland congressman spoke to reporters after the hearing. >> i think once the members were able to see the timeline and things that occurred, i think in the end, the assessment is the same. that as it relates to benghazi you had a group of extremists who took advantage of a situation and unfortunately we lost four american lives. >> we will have more on in a live report from d.c. on good morning maryland at 6:30. >> don't -- >>> don't be alarmed if you hear loud noises. the army is setting off large expossession through wednesday of next week. so you may be -- explosions through wednesday of next week you may be able to hear or feel the impact outside the base. >>> this year's baltimore grand prix didn't bring in as much money for the city. nearly 30,000 fewer people attended the race. 24.9 million in direct spending came from the grand prix crowd this year. that's close to $3 million less than the year before. >>> it's that time of year to get into the holiday spirit. >> it might seem early but wait until you see what we are going to show you. looking
nightwho return ben cardenin to the u.s. senate night a day that will change history to the just for baltimore and maryland but for our country. >> reporter: and night of history for marled voters passing all major ballot questions including expanding gaming redistricting and the dream act. >> you made the difference. >> reporter: maryland became one of the first states to pass same sex marriage by a popular vote. now after a night celebration, the country picks up essentially where it left off democrats control the white house and senate and republicans held onto control the house and with looming economic and employment issues at hand just how will the two sides work together this time. >> we have got to stop the partisan politics on both side of the aisle and pull together and make things happen. >> i think the difference today is we really know the fiscal realities. we have got to deal with it for the sake of the country. all of us should put the nation first night not a democratic or republican proposal will we have to come together with a compromise for the good of country.
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